What you would learn in Network Programming Masterclass™:Java Socket, TCP/IP, Server course?
With more services offered on the Internet, the world is becoming increasingly interconnected. Apps used for business transactions and embedded applications such as those in refrigerators connect to the Internet. It is becoming more important that applications are network-enabled, as isolated applications are no longer the norm. This course teaches Java application developers the skills necessary to connect to other services and applications across a network. The course will introduce you to the many networking options available with Java. This will allow you to create applications that use the right technology for the task.
This course's first section, 2nd, and 3rd sections introduce network principles and terminology. Students will need to know these terms to understand the lectures and later sections. This course's first section is a generic introduction to programming languages. We will not discuss how Java can be used in network programming until the next sections. The student can refer to the previous lecture if the meaning of any term not covered in this course is unclear.
Java Network Programming: Clients and Servers
Clients and servers are the most popular types of network software today. Since these two types of software are mutually beneficial, the term client/server programming is now top-rated. It is crucial to know the difference between a server (called the host machine) and the machine on which it is running (called "the server"). I.T. Workers often refer to the host machine loosely as "the server." This usage is not harmful to most I.T. tasks. While this usage is not likely to have any adverse practical effects on most I.T. tasks, it can confuse those I.T. Staff who don't know the difference and attempt network programming will likely be confused until they are made aware of it.
Java Network Programming: Sockets and Ports
These entities are at the core of network communications. If you don't know what these terms mean in network programming, they will most likely conjure images of hardware components. Although they are often associated with hardware communication links within a network, sockets and ports are abstract concepts that permit the programmer to use those communication links.
Java Network Programming
OSI and Other Network Programming Concepts
Java Socket/Client Application Development
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